PlaceMaking best use of land, property and infrastructure to support a robust and sustainable community
Making living and working better
Quality, affordable housing, employment sites and better infrastructure will promote sustainable economic growth. Local studies have emphasised the importance of providing the right mix of homes that are well served by communications infrastructure and which are close to where people work.
The Coastal West Sussex Partnership is joint working with the CWS & Greater Brighton Strategic Planning Board to identify and manage spatial planning issues that impact on more than one planning area and ensure there is a clear and defined route through the local planning process.
It is crucial that better roads, faster broadband, affordable housing and adequate employment space are considered collectively to provide the right place to nurture business confidence. Find out more at http://www.greaterbrighton.com
Number of new homes required for Coastal West Sussex by 2025
Considering the strategic issues to achieving long term sustainable growth…
In 2014, Nathan Lichfield & Partners were commissioned to produce 3 reports that gave partners a better understanding of the wider economic geography that focused on:
- The Housing Market
- The Economy – across Coastal West Sussex and Greater Brighton
- The Transport System